Uzbekistan three days tour - a small but informational tour.
You will visit the most historical city in Uzbekistan - Samarkand on the fastest train 'Afrosiyob'. During this 3 days itinerary tour you quickly absorb Uzbek spirit and history, they will be put up together.
You will see the miracles of Shakh-i Zinda, discover curious facts about Ulugbek's observatory and take a look on famous Registion Square with its 3 domes of science - so-called 'madrasahs'.
Sky-blue & golden mosaics of Samarkand attract tourists from all over the world and explaining a lot of ancient Arabic and Turk architectures and history.
Book this small tour to Samarkand, Uzbekistan - open the door of your mind to medieval architecture surrounded by the spirit of warm and hospitable Central Asia.
Arrival in Tashkent International Airport named after Islam Karimov
Migration formalities usually take 20 min to 40 min: visa/passport control and baggage claim.
Welcome to Tashkent!
Tashkent is a one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Central Asia of more than 2200 years history originally known as Chach, Shash and later Tashkent (“Tosh”- means “stone”, “ kent”–“city“) . Throughout the centuries, the city developed into an important trade center and witnessed glory days of great dynasties of. Nowadays; Tashkent is a modern and the largest city in Uzbekistan since 1930 is the capital and administrative, culture and economical center of Uzbekistan that is famous for its green streets, exquisite cuisine, wonderful sunny weather and hospitable people.
Come out of the terminal and meet the driver holding a sign “ANUR TOUR” with your name on it.
10:10 Arrival. Meet with our guide & driver and start excursion in Samarkand:
– Gur Emir Mausoleum – a burial vault of Timur the Great and his descendants decorated with gold ornaments and considered as one of the most significant places in the world;
– Continue to the famous Registan Square – the heart of Samarkand and a real masterpiece of Central Asian medieval architecture consists of three grandiose buildings: Ulughbek Madrassa, Madrassa Sherdor, and Madrassa Tilla Kori;
– Bibi Khanim Mosque – the biggest medieval building in the city which was one of the most magnificent mosques in the Islamic world in 15 Century;
– Shahi Zinda Necropolis – unique complex of Mausoleums formed by standing on both sides of the cenotaph (an imaginary grave) belonging to the Muslim person named Saint Abbas ibn-Kussam;
– Ulugbek’s Observatory – the finest astronomical centers in the medieval world was built by order of Ulugbek, an outstanding scholar and astronomer;
08:47 Arrival in Tashkent. Meet up with our driver & guide. Start sightseeing excursion of Tashkent (5-6 hrs):
– Earthquake Memorial, the composition is devoted to the tragic date of earthquake in Tashkent on April 26, 1966, and is erected in the approximate place of the earthquake epicenter. Residents still come to the monument to honor those people who took a part in the reconstruction of Tashkent - the main square of Uzbekistan reflects the past, present, and future of the country;
– Khast Imam Square – a religious center of the city consisting of the Barakkhan madrasah;
– Visiting Chorsu marketplace and drive back to the new city by metro.
Continue excursion with visiting Independence Square. There are fountains standing for life energy of Uzbek people, the “Eternal flame" in honor of soldiers who died during the World War II, the arch " Good and noble aspiration" crowned with birds of happiness and prosperity, a road "Ok Yul" (“Good way”) leading to Independence Monument and monument to Happy Mother that symbolize the hope for a great future.
One can often see the newly-weds who start a family and independent life walking through the arch of “Good and noble aspirations”, laying flowers at the monument of Happy Mother and Eternal flame.